Influence on Community: Southern-born librarian is Fargo’s go-to planner

By: Meredith Holt, INFORUM www.inforum.com “Women of Influence” is an ongoing series exploring the women in our community who have the most impact and influence. Each profile will explore a different element of influence and redefine what it means. MOORHEAD – Brittney Goodman spends her days navigating the stacks of the Minnesota State University Moorhead library. But good luck figuring […]

NEH Summer Stipends Nominations

The Academic Affairs Council wants faculty to be aware of the following opportunity from the National Endowment for the Humanities: www.neh.gov/grants/research/summer-stipends Summer Stipends support individuals pursuing advanced research that is of value to humanities scholars, general audiences, or both. Recipients usually produce articles, monographs, books, digital materials, archaeological site reports, translations, editions, or other scholarly resources.

Faculty Development Center announcements

Brittney Goodman, Michelle Malott, Becky Andres, and Alison Wallace, all members of the Faculty Development Committee, attended the AAC&U sponsored “Professional and Organizational Development Institute” in Atlanta Jan. 22-23, in preparation for the launching of our campus Faculty Development Center and associated programs.

“Flipping the Classroom” workshop in Massachusetts, opportunity for faculty

As a follow-up to Professional Development Day, Academic Affairs Council and Faculty Development is interested in sending some faculty members to the following development opportunity on Dec. 3. Please send an email with a brief statement indicating your interest in this opportunity to Brittney Goodman at brittney.goodman@mnstate.edu no later than Nov. 13. Information about the workshop is below: